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Tuxtla performs a large number of pipeline and wellsite tie-in projects every year for clients across Western Canada.  We have designed and managed pipeline projects involving:


  • Steel, fiberglass, composite and plastic pipe


  • Multiwell tie-ins such as for Coal Bed Methane (CBM) or other shallow gas projects in Southern Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.


  • Muskeg, rough rock and hilly terrain, such as through the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia (near Tumbler Ridge and Dawson Creek) and Alberta (near Grande Cache)


  • Compressed timeframe projects such as areas with wildlife restrictions or winter access only


  • Highly sour gas and oil pipelines, in highly developed areas with multiple crossings


  • Crossing of major rivers, pipeline corridors, highways, environmentally sensitive areas


We have successfully completed hundreds of tie-in projects; from simple and inexpensive direct connections (from a wellhead to a pipeline)  to those involve more complicated equipment such as:


  • Separators

  • Line heaters

  • Sweetening systems (scavenger chemical)

  • Screw or reciprocating compressors

  • Glycol dehydration

  • SCADA systems

  • Heated storage tanks

Pipelines and Wellsite Tie-ins​

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